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Verdicts & Settlements

At Kinnard Law, we have more than a century of collective legal experience protecting those who have been seriously injured or who are mourning the loss of a loved one. In that time, our seasoned lawyers have tried hundreds of cases. We are a law firm with a reputation for actually trying lawsuits. We work hard to ensure our clients get the full value of their case—and we want to do it the right way. This commitment to the success of our clients can be seen in the successful case results we have obtained over the years.
  • $55 Million
    Personal Injury - Erin Andrews Lawsuit Against Hotel
    Erin Andrews awarded $55 million in nude video lawsuit against hotel, stalker .
  • $22.2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - 62 Year Old Woman
    Bette Donathan was in an automobile accident in Winchester, Tennessee. She had a broken leg. She had surgery that was supposed to repair her broken lower right leg. However, as she was prepared for surgery at Southern Tennessee Medical Center in ...
  • $15.2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - Largest Verdict in Weakley County History
    Randy Kinnard and Mary Ellen Morris of Kinnard Law obtained the largest verdict in Weakley County history for their 23 year-old client. This trial lasted five weeks, tried before a jury of 5 men and 7 women, in Dresden, TN. Randy Kinnard and Mary ...
  • $6.5 Million
    Medical Malpractice - Davidson County
    A woman went into the hospital for a tubal ligation. The doctor put a small hole in her large colon during the procedure and did not recognize it. Five days after the surgery, the woman developed severe peritonitis, was operated upon, and found to be ...
  • $5 Million
    Wrongful Death of 22 Month Old
    Death from tick infection. On October 2, 2014, a Nashville jury held a pediatric clinic and local hospital accountable for the wrongful death of 22-month-old Ryder Laurent. Ryder died on June 10, 2009, as a result of complications from ehrlichiosis, ...
  • $4.4 Million
    Golf Cart Accident
    Randy Kinnard and Mary Ellen Morris recently settled a golf cart accident case for $4.4 million.
  • $4 Million
    Medical Malpractice - 24 Year Old College Student
    A 24 year old college student had an arterial venous malformation on his spine, which went untreated until it was too late. He became paralyzed from the waist down. Davidson County Circuit Court jury made the award.
  • $3.25 Million
    Wrongful Death - Tractor-Trailer Wreck
    Settlement for the wrongful death of a 53 year old woman and injuries to her daughter following a tractor-trailer wreck where the tractor-trailer changed lanes forcing the decedent's car off the road.
  • $3 Million
    Wrongful Death - 16 Year Old Boy
    Wrongful death of 16 year old boy who developed a severe headache, was taken to a local hospital and admitted. The young man complained of horrible headaches, vomited, and lost consciousness. He had diabetic ketoacidosis and went untreated, until it ...
  • $3 Million
    Auto Accident - Rutherford County
    "A Rutherford County jury awarded damages totaling nearly $3 million in wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits filed in connection with a July 2011 crash that killed one man and seriously injured another on I-24, according to court records."
  • $2.9 Million
    Wrongful Death & Personal Injury - Auto Accident
    Verdict for wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits in connection to a July 2011 car crash that killed one man and seriously injured another. The survivor of the crash suffered permanent injuries and underwent multiple surgeries after the crash. ...
  • $2.6 Million
    Medical Malpractice 54 Year Old Woman
    54 year old female had a vaginal wart burned off by a physician in office. The physician used the wrong chemical compound, resulting in severe burns to the patient. Davidson County Circuit Court jury award.
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - 47 Year Old High School Principal
    Wrongful death of 47 year old high school principal. This high school principal and football coach had a condition known as diverticulitis. After undergoing two annual, routine colonoscopy procedures for screening purposes, the gastroenterologist ...
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - Woman Loses an Organ
    Following a three-day trial, a Nashville jury unanimously ruled on Thursday, October 13 that Vanderbilt University Medical Center owes Patricia Greene Gayden, a former patient, $2 million dollars for losing one of her organs... Read the full article.
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - Middle Tennessee State University Girl's Basketball Coach
    Middle Tennessee State University girl's basketball coach developed blood clots in his leg and was admitted to the hospital for "clot busting" therapy. The IV medication caused the patient to start bleeding freely about the spinal column. The patient ...
  • $2 Million
    Medical Malpractice - Patient at Rehabilitation Center
    For the pain and suffering of brain injured patient at rehabilitation center who had feeding tube accidentally pulled out and improperly replaced, resulting in liquids going into peritoneal cavity instead of stomach organ. Developed peritonitis. ...
  • $1.8 Million
    Misdiagnosis of Cancer - 63 Year Old Man
    Wrongful death of a 63 year old man whose tongue cancer went undiagnosed for one year. His CT scan was originally interpreted as normal. When his cancer was discovered one year later, it had metastasized leading to his death. Davidson County Circuit ...
  • $1.75 Million
    Medical Malpractice - 72 Year Old Woman Who had Breast Cancer
    The plaintiff is a 72 year-old woman who had a breast biopsy in July, 2010. She was told she had no cancer. 11 weeks later, she received the news that the hospital had made a mistake in processing her biopsy, and she really did have breast cancer. ...
  • $1.6 Million
    Personal Injury - Gentleman Injured by Collapsing Deck
    Verdict for a gentleman who sustained permanent back injuries when the deck collapses at a house he was visiting. Deck was improperly constructed. Davidson County Circuit Court jury verdict.
  • $1.6 Million
    Medical Malpractice - 44 Year Old Single Mother
    44 year old single mother gave birth to twins and went home from hospital. Two days later, developed pain in legs, called doctor, told to stay at home. Died one day later of blood clot. Davidson County Circuit Court jury award.
  • $1.1 Million
    Motorcycle Accident - Davidson County
    Settlement for man killed on his way home when the defendant driver crossed the center line and struck his motorcycle. The $1.1 million settlement represented the total amount of insurance limits available. Davidson County Circuit Court case.
  • $1 Million
    Wrongfull Death - Vietnam Veteran
    Wrongful death of Vietnam veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder. Took overdose of pills. Neighbor called police and said they should take him to hospital. They took him to jail instead where he died on cell floor. Middle District of Tennessee ...
  • $1 Million
    Medical Malpractice - The 47 Year Old Female Patient
    For a patient who lost the ability to speak. The 47 year old female patient went to her family practitioner, complaining of signs and symptoms which were caused by pneumonia. The family practitioner failed to diagnose the problem or treat the ...
  • $725,000
    Motorcycle Accident
    Randy Kinnard and Mary Ellen Morris recently settled a case for $725,000 where a truck collided with a motorcyclist on a rural road.

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